Sharna Burgess and Brian Austin Green make a joint announcement

Sharna Burgess and Brian Austin Green.

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Sharna Burgess and Brian Austin Green make an announcement.

Sharna Burgess and Brian Austin Green have made a joint announcement. The couple have decided to join Movember to take action following the tragic death of Stephen “tWitch” Boss.

“Brian and I know that the holiday season can be challenging for so many,” said the Dancing With the Stars pro and new mom captioned an Instagram post on December 16, 2022. “This fall, we committed to doing everything we can to help spread the message about men’s health and @Movember’s work on mental health and suicide prevention this holiday season spread,” she continued.

“I never thought we would mourn the loss of one of the most beautiful and brightest lights in our industry and community. Our passion for spreading awareness has become even more personal to us in light of these tragic events,” Burgess added in reference to tWitch.

Here’s what you need to know:

Burgess & Austin work together in the midst of tragedy

Earlier this month, tWitch was found dead in a motel room not far from his California home. according to TMZ. The 40-year-old husband and father of three died by suicide.

Burgess and Green stressed the importance of asking for help, reaching out to others, and breaking the “stigma,” especially when it comes to men opening up about their mental health.

“Mental health and well-being remains a major health concern for men of all ages and life stages, and we must continue to break the stigma that men are the talkers and prioritize men’s health education,” Burgess continued.

“Sometimes asking for help can be difficult, especially for men who may have been taught that speaking about your feelings is a sign of weakness, which couldn’t be further from the truth,” she added.

By partnering with Movember, Burgess and Green hope to help others.

“We do what others cannot. We bring together experts from around the world to collaborate on projects that will transform the way men in need are treated and supported. To ensure our impact is significant, wide-ranging and long-lasting, we are prioritizing funding for the top three health challenges men face: mental health and suicide prevention, prostate cancer and testicular cancer.” read a description on the official Movember site.

Several fans have expressed their support for what Burgess & Austin are doing to get involved

It wasn’t long before Burgess and Austin took action after learning of tWitch’s sudden death. After Burgess shared her candid video on social media, several people showed their support in the post’s comments section.

“Love it. As a mental health/suicide survivor, I’m such a mental health advocate. Men especially. This just touched me. Thank you for doing this,” one person commented on the post.

“As a licensed mental health provider, thank you for doing this to raise awareness and remind others that support is always available.” someone else added.

“As someone who is struggling over the holidays, thank you for that. I am alone and my family is far away. I get really lonely.” wrote a third Instagram user.

If you or someone you know is having suicidal thoughts, you can call the toll-free number National Suicide Prevention Lifeline by dialing 988. Help is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week with support in English and Spanish. You can also speak to a trained crisis counselor 24 hours a day by texting HOME to 741741 to reach them crisis text line.

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